Google Glass probably won’t be the next iPad, but it could very well end up spawning a new era of wearable computing that moves off the wrist and onto the face. Google isn’t the only company working on connected eyewear at this early stage, however, and a new competitor emerged this week at the annual Computex trade show in Taipei, Taiwan. Oculon Optoelectronics claims it is developing a device similar to Google Glass that will have a better display, longer battery life and a price tag that is lower than what Google will charge for Glass. Dubbed Oculon Smart Glasses, the device was shown off in prototype form earlier this week.
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